Water Policy

Review by: BruceWingsteen
Category: Water Policy
Posted: 7/17/23

See official listing here. Not hard to fill up your own water bottle inside.


Review by: MeowsMusic
Category: Water Policy
Posted: 5/12/23

No liquids can be brought in.


Review by: MeowsMusic
Category: Water Policy
Posted: 5/12/23

No liquids can be brought in the venue


Review by: MeowsMusic
Category: Water Policy
Posted: 5/12/23

Can’t bring any liquids in there.


Review by: Mongo7640
Category: Water Policy
Posted: 5/11/23

You can refill your water and various places in the venue if you keep an eye out.


Review by: Coznells
Category: Water Policy
Posted: 5/2/23

I think we could bring in water bottles if they were empty? But I honestly am not sure about that.


Review by: Coznells
Category: Water Policy
Posted: 5/2/23

This policy depends on the bands. For Panic and most of the jamband shows I’ve seen, you can bring in a water bottle and fill it. You can even bring in your own sealed containers and coolers of ice! But these sorts of details depend on the artist. Check ahead.

Review by: BruceWingsteen
Category: Water Policy
Posted: 7/13/23

Fortunately, Red Rocks has a sensible water policy. You are allowed to bring in empty water containers and factory sealed full water bottles. There are various places to fill up your water bottles inside the venue. This a smart policy because water should be accessible to everyone, especially folks attending a concert in high altitude. Other venues should follow Red Rock’s lead here. Let’s look out for each other and not just think about profits! I digress….

Review by: dtmhnl
Category: Water Policy
Posted: 4/30/23

Saw water fountains near some of the bathrooms and the bartender gave me an empty cup!


Review by: nosimpleroad
Category: Water Policy
Posted: 4/27/23

Refillable, empty water bottles are allowed.


Review by: strunz4u
Category: Water Policy
Posted: 4/25/23

I’m not aware of any problem brining in water.


Review by: 2Riders
Category: Water Policy
Posted: 4/20/23

Unsure.